Artificial insemination in sheep the topic of University of Queensland research

Rebecca Nadge
June 8 2023 - 6:00am
University of Queensland School of Veterinary Science lecturer Taylor Pini is investigating ways to improve artificial insemination in sheep. Picture supplied by UQ.
University of Queensland School of Veterinary Science lecturer Taylor Pini is investigating ways to improve artificial insemination in sheep. Picture supplied by UQ.

Researchers at The University of Queensland are investigating ways to lift the low success rate of artificial insemination in sheep, which would improve wool and meat yields, sustainability, and enhance animal welfare.

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Rebecca Nadge

Rebecca Nadge

Livestock editor

Bec is livestock editor for The Land. She has previously worked for Stock & Land in Victoria, the ABC in Kununurra, and newspapers in Kalgoorlie and New Zealand. Contact her at bec.nadge@theland.com.au

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